Wednesday, November 8, 2017

How Much Warming Has Actually Occurred in the United States?

With great fanfare (at least in meteorological circles) the United States unveiled a state-of-the-art climatological network so that we could actually measure climatological change in the United States. The network has been operating since 2004.

You may also remember the report issued last week that forecast future gloom and doom but that also observed none of this has occurred to this date. Perhaps the reason the gloom and doom has not yet occurred is because United States temperatures have not risen.
Above is the data: there is little, if any, significant warming depicted during the almost 13 years the network has been in existence.

One can, of course, correctly accurately point out that 13 years is a short period of time in climatological terms. But, given the sometimes ridiculous reporting about [global] warming in the United States one would expect to see....warming.

Hat tip: WattsUpWithThat

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